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Cathy Locke, brushwork & mark making influenced by Russian Art

Cathy Locke, brushwork & mark making influenced by Russian Art

September 20, 2017 | figurative painting | No Comments

I hold a B.F.A. from Art Center College of Design and a M.F.A. from the Academy of Art University, both with honors. I currently...

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Raelis Vasquez, juxtaposing figures and historical context

Raelis Vasquez, juxtaposing figures and historical context

August 26, 2017 | figurative painting | No Comments

The application of the visual communication and conventions of unity, history, and diversity of the narratives in my paintings creates a juxtaposition between the...

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Paula Saneaux, the fragility of life and social standards

Paula Saneaux, the fragility of life and social standards

August 19, 2017 | figurative painting | No Comments

I portray stories, feelings or interpretations of female objectification, female self-objectification, the fragility of life and social standards. ​ My paintings are mainly created...

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Kelly Thiel, branching out into painting from ceramics

Kelly Thiel, branching out into painting from ceramics

Some people know me for my clay and others know me for my paintings. I think I will always work in both mediums. To...

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Camilla Marie Dahl, figurative painting & bronze sculpture

Camilla Marie Dahl, figurative painting & bronze sculpture

Through painting and sculpture, I investigate how young women navigate their ways in a world riddled with contradictory messages, rules, and expectations regarding female...

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Billie Zangewa, fashioning portraits in silk

Billie Zangewa, fashioning portraits in silk

July 29, 2017 | mixed media art | No Comments

Billie Zangewa started drawing “fashion illustrations” at 10 years old and was already a fashion fanatic, reading Vogue magazine and watching Video Fashion Monthly...

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